Sebastian Vettel and Romain Grosjean were amongst the mourners as Jules Bianchi was laid to rest in Nice.
Friends and family gather as Jules Bianchi is laid to rest in his home town of Nice.
F1 driver Jules Bianchi remains critically ill in hospital after crashing in the Japanese Grand Prix.
A moment Marussia's Jules Bianchi will want to forget as his car takes on a life of its own.
Jules Bianchi will face a five place grid penalty and will start in 22nd place after coming close to a Sauber car in the pit lane.
Jules Bianchi says he is delighted to extend his career with Marussia.
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